Sean Albright
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600 Cleaner - anyone familiar with it?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Apr 27, 2012. 2 Replies

I have some tools gathering residue and, since I have it handy, was thinking of muriatic. however, before reaching for the "big hammer" I thought I'd research this product. Coincidentally my father…Continue

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Anyone in Bay area or LA area spare some BR spray mix I could buy?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sean Albright Sep 4, 2011. 2 Replies

Hi folks, Sorry for the spam blast. I'll be traveling from the bay area to LA either Monday (labor day) or tuesday this coming week. I tried to get some spray mix from buddy's studio yesterday but…Continue

Spraying amperseal or EAP after installing - I'm out over my skiis...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Martin Claveau Jul 28, 2011. 12 Replies

I recently posted some pics of counters sealed with amperseal. They came out great but it was not without a LOT of work. Without getting into details I needed to put another coat of amperseal on…Continue

Anybody ever rent a compressor to do a job on site?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sean Albright Aug 10, 2011. 14 Replies

I find myself in a bit of a predicament where I need to cast a piece on site (spray GFRC). I can get all of my tools and supplies to the site but my compressor is not exactly mobile. I've done…Continue

 

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At 10:14pm on April 14, 2013, m melonas said…

1. if your client can afford it, you've got good clients., 2. make sure you mark up the price some to cover yourself., 3. Make sure you allow enough time for it to arrive - if it is a custom sheet... it takes a while and in my experience it does not show up early. 4. do some good design work and layout as early and as thoroughly as you can do. 5. Try to cut it and work with it as soon as it arrives... we actually let a piece sit around and when it was finally cut and ready to go it was really hard to peel the the paper coating off. 6. a sharp file works well for easing the corners. 7. you can slice your self bad on the edge

At 10:06pm on April 14, 2013, m melonas said…

Sean, the 3- Form is cool stuff. An impressive company with a wide range of products, etc. etc. My advice with the 3-form is:

At 11:33pm on November 21, 2011, Robert Winckler said…

Nice work Sean, well said ...the terrazzo comment. It is all about the form. With out a good form it is a paver.

At 3:42am on July 1, 2011, Sam Burson said…
Hi Sean
Thanks for the kind words. If a piece is under 250 kgs (500lbs) I would always suggest just using man power, its quick and easy.
Beyond 250 kgs you do want gadgets. I'm not sure what suggestions I can give though, every install situation is different....
At 7:11pm on April 19, 2011, Jim Ralston said…
If your gonna do it then do it!
480.299.0704
At 2:56pm on January 23, 2011, VCDecor said…

do you just put it right onto the fabric or is there a primer of some sort??

I ordered the video but want to play around this week.

At 2:53pm on January 23, 2011, VCDecor said…
thanks sean.  Do you roll on the resin, brush it or spray it??
At 3:18pm on August 26, 2010, Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome said…
Hey Sean, Give me a call..206-349-6403. I need to get your address and contact info to get you on the list. Call anytime

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At 6:04am on August 11, 2010, Tommy Bucina said…
Thanks man I will try the tech today, like clay, real dry, but should it be just water or with a bonding additive like quickcrete bonding adhesive? As always thanks
At 11:25pm on August 10, 2010, Tommy Bucina said…
Thanks as well! Still got to work on my spray tech, have to slurry a bit wonder why? Maybe going to the hand pack too soon have to let the face stiffen up a bit, well trying new stuff every day. I hate to slurry my wife rocks at it thank god for her.
 
 
 

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